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Central Coast Region GP Negotiable Employment Applications close 04/09/2024

Great opportunity for FT/PT VR GP to make a sea change on the beautiful Central Coast.

Modern, friendly doctor owned family practice

SEASIDE LOCATION: Copacabana is a beachside suburb offering an attractive laid-back lifestyle. It has a population of about 3000 residents, located halfway between Sydney and Newcastle and a 25 minute drive to the M1 at Gosford.

PRACTICE: Copacabana Medical Centre (CMC) is a modern purpose-built surgery established in 2018, currently 2 doctors and now primed for growth. Fully computerised with Best Practice software. 4 consulting rooms (1 currently used by allied health), nurse room, treatment room. Experienced registered nurse assists with all areas, including care plans and health assessments, excluding aged care patients. Accredited with AGPAL. Classified MMM1/DPA. Mixed billing practice. 20-minute drive to Gosford public hospital, with 2 nearby local private hospitals and an abundance of specialist and allied health practices in the area. CMC is the only medical practice in the suburb. Standard consultations are 15-20 minutes.

ABOUT THE POSITION: We need an additional GP to take advantage of growth potential and to take over a proportion of the existing patient base. Seeking friendly, committed doctors with a strong work ethic and a passion for continued learning. Immediate start (negotiable). Current registration with AHPRA required.

Days and hours flexible: current hours 9:00am to 6:00pm Mon to Fri. The principal GP has a large number of aged care patients and opportunities exist to take over or expand these services if desired. We currently offer general practice and skin checks/procedures.

Contact for Pre-Application Enquiries

Copacabana Medical Centre
Contact Name
Sarah Huscroft
Shops 3 & 5, 202-204 Del Monte Place, Copacabana

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